- Deleting a team project before Team Foundation Server 2010 checks in a delete of the team project folder. For example, deleting a team project that's named Foo leaves behind a deleted folder named $/Foo in Version Control, with all of its history preserved. In Team Foundation Server 2010 and later, deleting a team project destroys the history of the corresponding folder in Version Control. Therefore, this scenario does not occur.
- In earlier versions of Team Foundation Server, it's possible to call VersionControlServer.CreateTeamProjectFolder() in the client object model without an existing team project with the same name. This scenario is no longer permitted in Team Foundation Server 2015.
In Team Foundation Server 2015, paths in Team Foundation Version Control are not permitted without corresponding team projects. When you upgrade to Team Foundation Server 2015, this creates placeholder projects in the Deleting state that include the description that was described in the "Symptoms" section.
Article ID: 3081117 - Last Review: Dec 3, 2015 - Revision: 1